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here and hoping they don't hit one of the flooded areas. >> it was a lot of water. >> it was pretty scary. my mother was driving crazy at times. >> it was scary, especially those big highways. >> despite the rain, people came out along fisherman's warf and they grabbed their raincoats and umbrellas and enjoyed the evening. >> i walked the bridge and it was raining, but i got the umbrella and the coat and i'm good. take the good with the bad. >> the chp said they're asking xwi: and over the next few days as rain comes into the area. reporting, scott 4 news. >> it maybe wet and windy in the bay areas but things are worst in the area. a line of storms are finding tornados and it flipped over cars and broke windows of several businesses, but there are no reports of injuries there. >>> a san francisco family sent christmas without their grandmother and mother because a drunk driver -- 56 yun died after a car hit her tweak peeks area. he doesn't want the family to suffer because someone drank too much and decided to drive. >> the thing about the consequences, my family -- i had a perfect
the country from going over the "fiscal cliff." if they don't reach a compromise by the stroke of midnight on the 31st, a combination of sweeping spending cuts and widespread tax increases will take effect in days. jessica yellin has the >> reporter: in washington, there is still hope a deal can be cut in time to avert the fiscal cliff. on saturday the president was at work here at the white house, but all eyes were up on the senate where negotiators were trading deal points and revenue figures, to try to reach an agreement all sides can stomach. the base line for the president - any bipartisan bill would have to extend unemployment insurance benefits that would affect some two million americans. and it would have to increase taxes on the highest income earners. but negotiators could still work out exactly where those tax increases would hit and whether they would halt an increase in the estate tax. now in case that deal breaks down, the president has asked democratic leader harry reid to prepare a separate bill to put on the senate floor. that bill would increase taxes for households that
enforcement will be next week for new years. so, if you plan on drinking. don't sit behind the wheel. there's a good chance you can end up in jail or even worse. hurting somebody. >> thank-you. the woman accused of killing a grandmother in a drunk driving accident at the twin peaks look-out made her first court appearance today. 23-year old gina eunice is accused of hit-and-run, drunken driving and vehicular manslaughter. the accident hurt three people and killed 56-year old yuee yao. who was here visiting her new grandchild from china. eunice's attorney tells us. her client is studying to become a police officer. and what she is accused of does not match her character. >> she is someone who was never been in trouble before. she was one quarter short of graduating from college. there are things that her family has been going through that is probably having a lot to do on the full picture of what happened to her. >> the judge set her bail at 2-million dollars. if she posts it. she must wear a scram device. that checks to make sure she does not drink alcohol. and is not allowed to drive. euni
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